BBNaija Housemate, Khafi Kareem Slams Women Participating In New Challenge

BBNaija Housemate, Khafi Kareem Slams Women Participating In New Challenge
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Reacting to the new challenge, Khafi reminded women that the internet doesn’t lose records of things posted on social media platforms.

Khafi, a BBNaija housemate took to Twitter to slam women taking part in the new Silhouette Challenge.

The dance routine usually features ladies typically dressed down while dancing to Paul Anka’s song, Put Your Head On My Shoulder released in 1987 and stripping when Doja Cats’ song, ‘Streets’ which was released in 2019 comes on.

The women dance under red lights allowing viewers to only see the silhouettes of their naked bodies.

Even though the red light only shows the silhouette, the wrong shade of red, as observed in some of the videos means people can see more than just a silhouette.

What even makes the trend more exciting are speculations that with the aid of virtual reality, viewers can see beneath the red lights.

Reacting to the new challenge, Khafi Kareem took to Twitter to remind women that the internet doesn’t lose records of things posted on social media platforms.

She Wrote;

“Just a quick reminder that the Internet doesn’t forget”

 

BBNaija Housemate, Khafi Kareem Slams Women Participating In New Challenge

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